With Andrew Ference returning to the lineup and their preferred defence pairings back intact, the Boston Bruins hope to better limit the effectiveness of Game 2 goal scorer Phil Kessel as the series shifts to Toronto on Monday night (CBC, CBCSports.ca, 6:30 p.m. ET).
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The Pittsburgh Penguins let another playoff lead get away as the New York Islanders upended the No. 1 seed 4-3 Friday night.
Knowing his team must generate more offence, coach Alain Vigneault will juggle his lineup in hopes the Vancouver Canucks can create more traffic in front of the net and score some “dirty goals” against the San Jose Sharks on Friday night.
Los Angeles netminder Jonathan Quick gave up the OT winner in Game 1 on Tuesday after some less-than-stellar puck handling, but he’s far from the first goalie to err in the playoffs.
Capitals defenceman John Erskine robbed the Winnipeg Jets of two goals in the first period Tuesday night in Washington.
With only 10 months until the Sochi Games, Canada’s women’s hockey team must address a few issues if it hopes to repeat as Olympic champions, writes Hockey Night in Canada’s Cassie Campbell-Pascall.
Already a world champion, Scotland skip Eve Muirhead will be a gold-medal threat at the 2014 Sochi Olympics, writes Sports Weekend host Scott Russell.
With 37-year-old Martin St. Louis vying for the NHL scoring title, we take a look at notable performances from the elder statesmen of sports.
Brad Bowden scored a pair of power-play goals as Canada defeated South Korea 5-0 Tuesday at the World Sledge Hockey Championship.
Organizers of the Vancouver Sun Run and the BMO Vancouver Marathon say both events will go ahead despite the Boston Marathon bombing yesterday, and are urging runners and the public to participate.